We’ve just added Linux man pages to the site – I know there are some other sites that host them as well, but I figured I’d throw them on here anyway.
Linux man pages have been around since the beginning and help to explain what each command can do. Each man page should give you a general overview of the command, it’s flags (options) and possibly an example of how to use it towards the bottom.
Looking over the man pages proves to be very educational when learning Linux. We suggest that you pick a couple / day and go through the different flags, trying to work them into your day-to-day routine.
I know some of you will appreciate the 90s html i’ve wrapped around them for formatting and listing
BTW, they’re very easy to read from lynx in the command line.. not so good on mobile however.
You can visit the new section by clicking on the ‘Linux Man Pages’ link in the top navbar.
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